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Mumbai Police arrests Chota Shakeel aide Afroz Wadariya

MUMBAI:  In a major boost to the investigation against underworld dons Chota Shakeel and Dawood Ibrahim, the Mumbai Police arrested Afroz Wadariya aka Ahmed Raza here, officials said.

Three 800 MW thermal units at Ropar , decision pending with government

CHANDIGARH: Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has forwarded   the proposal to construct three 800 MW super critical units at Ropar in the first phase in state sector to Punjab Government in December 2018  and the same  is pending with the government .

Muslims, Dalits to apply for arms licenses

LUCKNOW: Muslims, Dalits and tribals will now start applying for arms licenses for self-defence, following increase in incidents of mob lynching.

Anandpur Sahib parliamentary constituency being developed as religious, adventure tourist hub

CHANDIGARH: Shri Anandpur Sahib parliamentary constituency is all set to be developed as a religious, historical and adventure tourist hub.

Kiran More, Pravin Amre and Sunil Joshi among advisers appointed by USA Cricket

INDIANAPOLIS: With support from its new partner American Cricket Enterprises (ACE), USA Cricket is excited to announce the addition of a group of coaching advisors to assist with the senior men’s team over the next few months following the recent departure of head coach Pubudu Dassanayake.  Coach Dassanayake has decided to step aside to allow the new coaching advisors to flourish.

SC orders work started on Metro Phase-IV

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday directed authorities to start work on Delhi Metro's 104-km Phase-IV project which had been hit by a feud between the Centre and the Delhi government.

Google Maps to now give Indian users dining offers

NEW DELHI:  Google Maps on Thursday introduced three new features for Indian users to help them discover local experiences and get recommendations that are personalised for better dining experience, including an "Offers" section to help users find deals and claim them at restaurants in 11 cities.

Dalit youth killed, state women helpline team attacked in Gujarat

AHMEDABAD:  In a shocking incident, a Dalit youth was on Monday night allegedly hacked to death by higher caste members in a town near Ahmedabad when he went to pick up his newlywed wife from her parents' home along with a team of the Gujarat Government's Abhyam Helpline.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

How Microsoft is helping small businesses build better relationship with customers

The country’s small and medium-sized businesses are pivotal to achieving the dream of becoming a 5 trillion dollar economy. SMEs/MSMEs have always been the drivers of the world economy, accounting for over 50% of the global GDP, providing job opportunities to billions across the world. In India, micro and small businesses are only second to the agriculture sector in terms of employment. The 50+ million SMBs account for nearly 8% of the country’s GDP, contributing over 40% of the total manufacturing output and exports.

Big push likely for PSU asset monetisation in Budget

NEW DELHI:  Governments asset monetisation programme involving development and sale of surplus land parcel and other non-core assets of public sector enterprises (PSEs) is expected to be big focus of Budget 2019-20 that is constrained to look at various innovative models to mobilise additional resources amidst a slowing economy.

Big push likely for PSU asset monetisation in Budget

NEW DELHI:  Governments asset monetisation programme involving development and sale of surplus land parcel and other non-core assets of public sector enterprises (PSEs) is expected to be big focus of Budget 2019-20 that is constrained to look at various innovative models to mobilise additional resources amidst a slowing economy.

HP Film Policy-2019 to develop State as Film Production Destination

SHIMLA: The breathtaking locales of the State have always attracted renowned film makers but still the State is full of popular, scenic, cultural, heritage and spiritual sites which are yet to be explored. Many artists/creative persons of the State have made their mark in various departments of film making both at national and international level.

135-member Indian delegation for 30th Summer Universiade

NAPOLI: From South Asia  India will present the largest delegation with 135 people, then Sri Lanka with 72 and Indonesia with 64 in the 30th Summer Universiade which officially gets under way on July 3  with the opening ceremony and run until July 14, according to a communication from International University Sports Federation (FISU).

5G to contribute $900 bn to APAC economy by 2034

SHANGHAI:  The roll out of 5G will contribute almost $900 billion to the Asia Pacific (APAC) economy over the next 15 years, according to a forecast by industry body GSMA.

Assocham seeks liquidity infusion, investment sops in budget

NEW DELHI:  The government should ensure adequate liquidity into NBFCs, provide investment incentives and cut corporate tax rates for revival in the economic growth and creation of new entrepreneurial opportunities, industry body Assocham has said.

Puri assures early approval and commencement of Sultanpur Lodhi infra development

NEW DELHI: The Centre will initiate work on the infrastructure development of Sultanpur Lodhi as proposed by the Punjab Government at the earliest, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri assured Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday.

Centre to start work on development of Sultanpur Lodhi: Punjab CM

NEW DELHI: The Centre will initiate work on the infrastructure development of Sultanpur Lodhi town as proposed by the Punjab government at the earliest, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri assured Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday.

Google Maps to predict crowd situation on buses, trains

SAN FRANCISCO:  Adding to the plethora of new features that Google has been introducing to Maps, the search-engine giant would now predict transit crowdedness of buses and trains for passengers.

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